...a brilliant collection that will keep any cartoon fan blushing and laughing for years to come.
...this is not a bad Charlie Brown special, it's just not a great one.
...while it was interesting and beautifully realized, I find myself trying to figure why this book didn't touch me.
There's a laugh or two and a nice preview of what should be every little Nascar fan's favorite DVD for years to come.
So I've enjoyed my first graphic novel...
I can't say I'm glad I saw this, but I've decided to co-opt Nietzsche’s idea - "That which does not entertain me, makes me stronger."
OK, I think we all knew Garfield was going to be a lame movie, and, thanks to years of fostering and meeting low comic expectations, Jim Davis delivered.
It's the Great Pumpkin, Charlie Brown first aired in 1966, and, to quote Linus, it's still "nothing but sincerity as far as the eye can see."
From Hell ends up being just another fill-in-the-blank Ashley Judd-esque disappointment - fun to look at, but hard to watch.
"Abandon all hope ye who enter here" indeed.